The Albany Hotel
St Andrews, Scotland
The Albany Hotel overview
All 22 guest rooms have en-suite bathrooms, are comfortable and well-appointed, and are of differing sizes and layouts to suit all types of guests.
Restaurant & Bars
The Garden Restaurant, which opens onto a delightful walled garden and patio, offers a substantial breakfast menu – either continental or the full cooked Scottish breakfast. And after a hard day on the links, the Bar Lounge is the prime place to spend your evenings next to an open fire and sampling the extensive collection of Scottish whiskeys and beers available.
Golf courses near to The Albany Hotel
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The Medal at Monifieth is an excellent links and parkland mix that dates back to 1845 and is located just 15 minutes from Carnoustie and 35 minutes from St Andrews. Ranked top 60 in Scotland.
An Open Championship venue since 1923, Royal Troon is a superb links course located in Southwest Scotland. Considered one of the toughest on The Open rota, it is a great challenge for all that visit.
Muirfield Golf Club
As both the oldest in the world dating back to 1744 and an Open Championship venue it is one of the most sought-after rounds.
Leven Links Golf Course
Leven Links is one of the oldest and most historical golf clubs in the world. Located just 10 miles south of St Andrews with wonderful views out to Largo Bay. Ranked top 50 in Scotland.
Designed in 1998 by Gil Hanse, Craighead Links at Crail Golfing Society presents a great clifftop links challenge. A great addition to the Balcomie course and makes an excellent 36-hole venue.
Ladybank Golf Course
One of the UK’s finest heathland courses that is located 30 minutes inland from St Andrews on Scotland’s east coast. Set beautifully amidst heather, pines and silver birch trees, accuracy is key.
The Strathtyrum was primarily designed to complement the existing championship layouts at St Andrews Links. Opened in 1993, the emphasis is on enjoyment with it being a shorter course.
A great Old Tom Morris design dating back over 100 years, this is links golf as it used to be played with many of the original hole routings still in play today. A short layout but nonetheless a true test.
Perhaps the most underrated of the St Andrews courses, the Jubilee is full of character and variety. Originally opened in 1897, it underwent changes in 1988 to elevate it to championship standard.
Often overshadowed by the Old Course, the New Course is a very enjoyable links layout that will test all parts of your game. Opened in 1895 and therefore one of the oldest ‘new’ courses in the world.
A tough links course that opened in 2008, making the Castle Course the latest addition to the St Andrews Links portfolio of courses. Superb coastal views along this interesting clifftop layout.
Although a links course, the Portland is a little more sheltered than the Old Course and, of course, shorter. The holes meander through terrain filled with gorse and broom and has a generous helping of Par 3s, five in all.